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Oasis Bar, Castlemilk - pub details

Address: 41, Dougrie Drive, Castlemilk, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G45 9AD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18927) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Croftfoot (1.1 miles), Kings Park (1.3 miles), Cathcart (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of Oasis Bar, Castlemilk

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Great pub,full of proper Castlemilk folk,they might be as"head up my own ar~e man"said"poor unemployed lower class"so what?does every pub have to have a whiff of sterility about it?fancy beers and sandwiches?NO!This pub servres the community and if you dont like it..well bugger of back to whatever Guardian reading gastro pub , half pint of Belgian lager with lemon in hole you prefer!Oh and yes people do know how to use the internet. and find your comments a little.....SILLY!Mind you though the beer is a bit expensive and the lack of windows in the pub can make it feel like a western saloon...Cowboys/Indians.x
Mollita - 8 Jun 2007 14:07
I am from Castlemilk, and the Oasis aka the Ozzy is my local. It may not be the Ritz by any stretch of the imagination however, You will never meet a nicer bunch of working class guys n gals also my grandmother (Betty) has worked there for 20 years and has never had any trouble or complaints and just for the record what a pint!!!
ross_cusick - 26 Apr 2006 17:52
in having just read the review and the lame unfortunate opinion of andrew c (sorry)andy the pub cultured critict,i couldnot leave this site without registering on with my own opinion.(please bare with my spelling). i must start and i quote "set in this truly god forsaken town of high unemployment crime and what ever else is bad in society is not only the opening line to this ignorant critique,but actually exsposes exactlly who you are and whats ahead.being born in the "foresaken town" my response is not bias by any means,and as you must find as a shock ,i to also have a p.c and have heard of this internet thing.
i now live in the city of toronto "you wont like it"
trust me,i dont know what movie i can compare it to
so you can get the picture but by now im sure you do.
so be, its not exactly measured up to a pub
cultured untrained eye like yourself with the two thumbs down,but for one moment in your life you were
actually in the joint and got nothing out of the things you only write about,and are still alive to tell the tale ,andy the pub guy.i give the joint "5 stars" for keeping people like yourself out the place, and after all you can leed a horse to water but a pencil has to be led,and now finally we all have learned and came across the p.c thing andrew my shallow english visitor that god forsake has to end up going to this joint for a pint will be welcomed with open arms or die of thirst.its a win win for a man of wealth and taste,enough to base a movie on dude. ants

riddler - 31 Mar 2006 06:37
Set in this truly God forsaken town of high unemployment crime and whatever is bad in society, an extraordinary place. If you are an alcoholic it truly is an Oasis. The clientelle would not even know what a PC is and have probably never heard of the internet, so my comments are safe and that the regulars would never have the opportunity to read this.

I had the fortune to vist this place twice when visiting a relative. As the only watering hole in walking distance of Castlemilk that I know of. I am English and I could not make a word of what anyone was saying apart from "f*ck" and "c*nt", which was heard quite often.

A real dive, ash trays are not used as the tables serve as ash trays and take on a walnut appearance due to the large number of fag burns on them. The barmaid saw that we were not local and gave us special treatment so cleaned our seats by using a broom to sweep them, then swept the table, then the floor.

The bottom line is this: if you are life long ambition is to pickle your liver and are looking for other like minded people who swear a lot and have never been sober then come here. Worth a visit for the circus factor - but very scary if you went in on your own - remember that scene from trainspotting when the american tourist got a kicking? Well that was a posh place by comparison! (Rated only for tourist circus value)
AndrewC - 6 May 2005 17:50

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